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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 20 September 1901

ffisteu-is President McKinley's Gal­ lant Struggle for Life Is Unsuccessful. Passes Away at Milburn House, Buffalo—Autopsy Proves That Death Was Inevitable. His Last Audible Words Were: "It Is God's Way. His Will Be Done." Impressive Services at the House of Death—Remains Lie in State in Buffalo City Hall. Tnken to Washington by Special Train—Tributes Eu Route—Final Burial to Be at Canton. Milburn House, Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 14.—President McKinley died at 2: IS a.m. He had been unconscious since 7:50 p. m. His last conscious hour on earth was spent with the wife to whom he devoted a lifetime of care. He died unattended by a minister of the Gospel, but his last words were an humble submission to the will of the God in whom he believed. He was reconciled to the cruel fate to which an assassin's bul­ let had condemned him, and faced -death in the same spirit of calmness and poise which has marked his long and honorable career. His last con­ scious words, reduced to writing by Dr. Mann...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 20 September 1901

I Solemn, Sad Procession Follows Remains from the White House to the Capitol. MRS. M'KWIEY UNABLE TO ATTEND. Is Bearing Dp Well Under the Strain, However Ex-President Grover Cleveland Present at Funeral Ob­ sequies Immense Crowds View the Remains as They Lie in State. Washington, Sept. 18.—The state funeral day of the late President Mc Kinley opened as somber as the oc­ casion. The sky was overcast with dark slow-moving- gray clouds, occa­ sional spasms of rain fell, giving way for momentary intervals to gleams of dull sunshine, and a soft wind barely stirred into relief the signs of mourning on building fronts that told as well as the subdued air of the public that this was a day of sorrow. Thursday the last that was mortal of William McKinley will be commit­ ted to earth at Canton with cere­ monies as personal as the national character and interest in its execu­ tive will permit. Tuesday was the occasion when the nation was to pay its last tribute of respect and admira­ tion at th...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 20 September 1901

UDGING from the models that are being shown in the fashionable stores it is easy to propheey that the coming season will show velvet and velveteen in the lead as popular mate­ rials. Velvet in particular had a great run last winter and during the early spring, and it was thought that the fad for this sort of material had about had a full run. But that seems not to have been true, for it is again with us, and is being used for all sorts of garments, and in all sorts of ways. Wraps, gowns OF BLUE BROADCLOTH, VELVET AND WHITE 8ILK. and hats all show it, and in many charming effects. The material is being shown in fancy effects, embossed and printed de coupe, and the plain and corded velvets. In fact, the range is larger than in any other season of which I remember. It •w ill be in demand for street wear, for tailor-made gowns, for blouses and trimming silk or cloth gowns. In col­ ors the browns and blues will be most popular, with a few shades of green a nd. a touch of red or white. Ve...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 20 September 1901

I 1 *. 3r.-^-^ The Evolution of Man N SOME of our universities, professors who with the heavi­ ness of over-fed discontent weight down the chairs of a mor­ bid philosophy, the belief is maintained that MAN IS DE­ GENERATING. A little real philosophy would teach them that no "contemporaneous age" is great. THE GLAMOUR OF THE PAST MAKES THE PRESENT WEAK AND THE FUTURE HOPELESS. Old age has ever felt that the world is dying. The fact is that the world is more vigorous, more learned, more sympathetic than -ever before. There are more charities, more hospitals, more wisdom. BUT IT IS TRUE that all phases of life are changing. The individ­ ual is disappearing and the TYPE is predominating.. Picturesque characters are fading away. Soon they will be but a memory. A generation ago every neighborhood held A MAN who offered a STRIKING CONTRAST in physical and mental comparison with his neighbors. In any croWd he was observed, contemplated. Usu­ ally of GIGANTIC MOLD, he stood as a great oak in...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 20 September 1901

FALL 1901 I 1 NEW FAIL 25 Pieces Brickyard, Anton Knudson weat to Little Falls Saturday to meet ]0b sister, Mrs. Chris­ tine Abrameoo and children, who eame to visit here parents. Thieshing Saturday at A. Knudson's farm showed 28 bushels of wheat per acre, a good yield. The poundmastef is oat threshing nowaday. Darling shouldn't complain about our liveryman, eves if it takes 1 onger time to get home with his sweetheart, than to go to town. MOTLEY. sept. 17—The coagrove orchestra a well give a concert and danee Oct. 8)h. The new McMillin building will he coib pleted in about a week. Miss Winnie spalding commenced term of school in the Washington dis­ trict yesterday. The M. E. quarterly meeting will be 'held tomorrow evening M.?. M.Zirwaa visited relatives week. and Helen Frederick in Park Rapids this CRESS GOODS Get your Children Ready for School With a Mew Dress* and twenty different styles of new plaid dress 4 J" fl QPI) VII goods at a nominal price of .., Jj|j J^|| |Jf If you buy...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 20 September 1901

BERGHEIM DB.of & CAMERON, Attorneys and Counsellor* at Law. Notaries Public. Examination of land titles, probating of es­ tates, collections, real estate, loans. AH bus pss attended to strictly and energetically, irrrapondence solicited. Offices, 1-3 Buck au Block, Little Falls, Minn. F.H. MERO.-DentiBt. Speeialtiesmade of Crown and Bridge Work and Straight rihfc Irregular Teeth. Gas or oduntunder lor pain&SB extraction of teetb. Over tht fair Stoer. il. A. FOKT1EK, M. D„ C.M.. Graduate of Victoria University. Montreal, Canada, Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital. QjBce hours 8 to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4 j). m. Office over Wetzel's drug store residence corner of Third Btreet and Second ave. N. £. LOffice M. ROBERTS, phyelciau and surgeon in Rhodes block. Office hours, 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. m. Resi­ dence Antlers 9otel. Telephone connections. J• G. MILLSPAUGH, physician and sur geon, Flyn block. Office hours: to 4 •, and? to 8 p. m. Residence corner Third ave. aDd Third...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 20 September 1901

Hsaury ana Shelf Hardware Sash, Blinds, Doors. Building Paper, Lime, Cement, Iron, Steel, Goal and OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS ... Mehanic's and Fanning Tools IDjc. GKEBSODSf ...pcuttet... Close Block, Little Falls. Ia practise 25 years. Visits Swanville, Elm Dale, Jlojalton, Buck mas, Piers, Ft. Ripley and Motley, ......by Special appointment...... A. K. HALL, You can rsaoii people with Whe HsraM. 0. K. Business Houses Gravel Mercantile Co., The Leading Grocers. named! below. They are O. K. in methods, in goods, in treatment. Lowest Piices. Satisfaction Guarantee l!T Morrison Co. RollerMills. Dealer In.... Gronnd Feed, Oats and Floor. Fancy Groceries. cond Street North of Broadway Dr.MERO DENTIST. Rhodes Block, Little Falls FRANK J. JOHN, Manufacturer ol and Dealer in KBPA1RINO A SPECIALTY. I Broadway lilttle Falls, Minn PIANOS, ORGANS,1 ^SEWING MACHINES, AND BICYLS I S Fresh DrUgS. J.'sWv HONORABLY MADE AND STAUNCH BROlC CLOTHING The intelligent business man—the man who appre­ ciates clo...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 20 September 1901

S I W: 'A H: MORRILL. Sept. 17.—Au heir oi the malw j-eoder Was born to Mr: and Mrs. Cha». Schniol ke today. Deputy Sheriff McNally fas our look­ ing up witnesses. M. W. Begordis, his son John, Henry FOBS, C. Cheeley and J. 0. Baker, are at­ tending court in Little tils this week Haying is about over in Morrill, and •the best lot of hay, and the most of it, is secured of auy one previous year in the town's history. More road work is being done in our town thid year than usual. Mr. Hyson of Little Falls, accompa­ nied by Mrs. Gurney of St. Paul, was in our town last week. Mrs. U. is a prouii. neut land owner, and was lookiDg at lier land in our town. She is higUy pleased with it. She has owned it forty seven years and never saw it before. She found a settler on her land herp. but does not intend to charge him any­ thing for his improvements. She show* herself to be honest, shrewd and lenient to the common people. Such people as she (who are rich in this world's goods) are few, in ore...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 September 1901

(N \z~ Our Prize Offer, On our 6th page will be found an announcement of the givinir away of cash prizes amounting to $15,000. The plan has been pronounced per­ fectly proper and legal by the Attor­ ney General of the United States. This giving away of $15,000 is a business proposition with the De­ troit firm. The few papers that are included in this mammoth offer pay so much a subscriber for the oppor tuity of allowing uew subscribers or old ones who pay ahead to make an at a has exclusive rights on the propo­ sition for Morrison county. Your chances of getting the $5,000 prize or some of the smaller once are as bright as any one else's. Send in your estimate and subscription and try tor the prize.' $5*000 or even a smaller sum. would help ont nicely. Ths a Id is offered at the reg­ ular price. The ehanee to make $5,000 is free. What a earefullymanaged Life In­ surance Company can accomplish for its policy holders, is shown by the record made by one of the best of the Old Line Comp...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 September 1901

fs. West Ripley J-,. Sspt. 23.—Miss Hattie Kimball came up from Little Falls Saturday for a short visit with relatives. An event which reflected credit upon the originators occurred Saturday eveu ig at the Good Templars hall, when ice­ cream and cake were served to ueaily 100 invited guests. A fine, musical pro­ gram was also rendered- Special men­ tion should be .made of the youug men who acted as waiters. Their graceful movements after they donned aprons added much to tha pleasure of the eveu ing. F. R. Cook made a business trip to Brainerd Saturday, Robert Tedford was cutting corn on the west side of the river last week, Mrs. W. A. Cutler and daughter went to Green Prairie Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. James Kimball went to Brainerd Wednesday. Mr*. R. Tedford and the Misses Kim­ ball went, to Little Falls Monday. Mr. Daugherty of B*lle Prairie, called on Mr. Schauip last week. Mrs, W. W. Cook and children of Len­ ox, were at VV. A, Clark's last week. SOUTH GDSHINO—NORTH PARKER. Sept. 23...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 September 1901

mrniEED Al/agm tmdmmiii am x/$dymmomM.m t-r- ior &m tr? ?f&m§ (&?*«?* omr fr&M iwpaym&v *•$ aoars. 'jfjOCJdK £//P &£%?/&¥ 'pays more, me yoi ISaAT ARE fi'fe.^5 K~'-' rx\ •'.? ft y»ia %0i a |^a 4 5-5v?1 fefes SHEW PAINT SHOP'J Having formed a partnershipweare now ready to do all kinds of house painting, graining, paper hanging, kalsomining, sign and carriage painting Shop one door west of Rassier's wagon shop. Hamlin & Fetierspil. From the inferior goods of ordinarpsg|res to tie splendid qualities of our stock. But tftat juriip tys every time. You'll find that true in every de 5 irtmeot of our large business. The jump doesn't 1 «ean higher prices, either, but the reverse. Here's evidence this week in three very necessary articles: ABISSELL SWEEPER IS ESSENTIA! TOACOMPHEIE HOME *r v/ FAMOUS FOR HER COOKING. In Carpet Sweepers ..Window Shade*.. Handsome and durablo, substantial, fast colors. The regular 25 cent grade at The 50-centahades, complete with f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 September 1901

f-' 1 It aK UTILE FILLS HERALD ESTABLISHED. 1889 HMRALD PRINTING COMPANY OHA8. is. VA8ALY. EDITOR. P. d. VASALY,?ASST. Sornlng 1901 SEPTEMBER 'u 29 30 Americans have been con­ sidered generally unemotional. Emotional outbursts are sup­ posed to be the peculiar habit of certain other nations. But the time since the president's death has shown that the American people can be just as emotional as any other. The feeling which was so pro­ foundly stirred by the dread­ ful crime of Buffalo, was based on grounds creditable is every way. But some of the statements put forth from press and pulpit have been so contrary to the ideas upon which the republic rests, that v^#£ EDITOR. BE HERALD is published Every Friday at 122 Broadway, Vasaiy Block. Entered as second-class mall matter. Subscribers ordering address of their pa changed must always gi\ their former as well as. their present ad dree h. All papers are continued unless an explicit order Is received for discontinuance and um llall arrea...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 September 1901

FALL 1901 fS r* \i If 23 Pteoem SO/ecca NEW FAU DRESS BOODS Oat your Ohlldt School WMh Mow O Piece* Mew French Tricci All new shades, strictly all wool. It's worth your time to see their. O price is.... SEE OUR DISPLAY LED0UX. Sep. 25.—Martin Viechorek met with, a slight accident while going well, He had a down ip a ladder tied to a lODg rope. When about ten feet from the top the rope became unfastened and he fell a distance of 20 feet with the ladder to bottom of the well. He came out lucky, as he did not get hurt badly. His right hand was slightly bruised and a good wetting. We understand that some parties came out last Friday to take the cou .. tract for putting up tie cross on the church tower, hut did not get it, as the oomaaittee thought the price tdohigh, $125. John Gostz purchased a fine horse, which lie Claris is the best inthetown. JoeYaegartook abig load pota .toes to town Saturday, lor which he got ^a big price. .. ,v- Mr. and Mm. John Cam ofjittl^ "'^Falle visited Mr. a...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 September 1901

mfr BERGHEIVi DB. LOffice 7 & CAMERON, Attorneyb hii1 Counsellors at Law. Notaries Pnbiic. Ezamination of land titles. probating oi es­ tates, collection*, real estate, loans. All Ira* Inew attended to strictly and' energetically. Cdrrespondence solicited. Offices, 1-3 Buck •ibn Bleck. Little Falls, Minn. F.H. MERO, Dentist. Specialtiesmade of Crown and Bridge Work and Straight Mtnfe of Irregular Teeth. Gas or oduntnnder lor paiulevB extraction of teeth. Over the fair Stoer. Gof M. A. FOKT11SK, M. D„ O.M.. Graduate Victoria University. Montreal, Canada, Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital. Office bourn 8 to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. in. Office over "~Wetzel'B drug store residence corner of Third street and Second ave, N. £. M. ROBERTS, physician and surgeon in Rhodes block. Office hours, 9 to li a. m., 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. in. Resi­ dence Antlers Hotel. Telephone connections. J. G. MILLSPAUGH, physician and eur geon, Fiyn bii.»ck. Office hours: 1 to 4 A, und 7 to 8 p. tri, Residence co...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 September 1901

Close Block, Little Falls. In practiee 25 years. Visits Swanvllle, Elm Dale, Royalton, Buck man, Plerz, Ft. Ripley and Motley, by Special appointment...... A. K. HALL, Dealer in.... Ground Feed, Oats and Flenr, Fancy Groceries. econd Street North of Broadway American House '.A0: JOHN BEEDE. Prop. HONORABLY HADE AND STAUHCR This 1& emphatically an "overcoat year." Gooddress era are paying special attention to the quality and style W the garments offered. We can honestly state that we lead in the production of overcoats for the reason that we have given unusual study to their design and correct construction. CLOTHING stands in a class by Itself as the-rarlety of styles, per* fection of quality and unusual flt will attest to the thoughtful buyer. Our special Popular VicunaLong Coat 45 to 48 inches long is meeting greatest favor. It is single style-breasted with either standard or perpendio ular pockets and has crisp-pointed lapels. Try on a coat and have personal knowledge of its f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 September 1901

'V •k &r p$i- &?y:: SULLIVAN IAKL Sept. 22.—Weather cloudy and chilly. Makes one think that winter is not far away. F. A. Johnson is batik from Falls, where he Little has been looking after his interests, W. A. WiMson and family and C. E. Look and family spent Sunday after­ noon at the lake. W. A. Willson was a Pierz visitor to­ day. W. A. Cook ban some of the finest sweet corn we ever ate. It was raised on his place here. Mr. Erickson of Ericksonville was at the lake Snnday. He is looking after the Cope lands in this vicinity. Miss Cora Willson and master Eddie visited Mrs. C. E. Look of Platte Lake Tuesday last. Two young men came op to look over land in tbis vicinity, but we think they were tired, as they only stopped over night and surely did not see any land, only as they saw it from the buggy as they were driving in. The parson came up with them too. Religious services were held at Sucker brook school house Sunday last, preach* ing by Rev. J. H. Driver. The meeting was...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 4 October 1901

fx VCL 13. NO Oar Prize Offer, On our 6th page will be found an announcement of the giving away of cash prizes amounting to $15,000. Through arrangements made with the Press Publishing company, of Detroit, Mich., he Herald has been able to secure for its subscri­ bers an opportunity to allow them to estimate on the combined vote for governor in three states. The person making the nearest estimate to the correct vote will receive $5,000, while there are in all 997 prizes in cash. This company is the one that controlled the estimating contest for the total populations of the United States and Canada and they paid every cent that was offered in prizes. The data given in the announcement will enable any one to estimate the total vote as well as his neighbor. The plan has been pronounced per­ fectly proper and legal by the Attor­ ney General of the United States. This giving away of $15,000 is a business proposition with the De­ troit firm. The few papers that are included in this mammot...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 4 October 1901

Mft XV CABLE TO FAR EAST. Company Incorporated to Lay Wire to Philippine Islands. Will Be 8,500 Miles in Length and Will Connect with Hawaii—John \V. Mackay at the Heart of the Enterprise. To complete the needed link in a group of cable sjstemswhich will then girdle the globe and carry out one of the most important national projects announced in President McKinley's last speech—cable connection with our new possessions in the Pacific—are the an­ nounced objects of the new cable com­ pany just incorporated in Albany, N. Y., with a preliminary capital of $100, 000. A man noted throughout the world for his connectioon with cable enter­ prises—John W. Mackay—is at the head of the project. The other incorporators are Clarence H. Mackay, Edward C. Piatt, Albert Beck, George G.Ward, Al­ bert B. Chandler and William W. Cook. Respecting the purposes and pros­ pects of the new company Mr. Mackay ©aid the other day that the Commercial Pacific Cable company has been organ­ ized for the purpose ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 4 October 1901

QUITS BRITISH TURF William C. Whitney to Withdraw His Horses from England. Attitude of British Turf Authorities Toward Americans Is No Longer Marked by Impartiality and Fair Play as at First. The announced retirement of William C. Whitney from the English turf oc­ casions regret but hardly surprises those who have noted the recent trend of events- There is a widespread feel­ ing that behind Mr. Whitney's pub llished reasons for his withdrawal is the realization of the fact that the at­ titude of the British turf authorities toward Americans is no longer marked by the absolute impartiality which characterized their conduct prior to the preeminence of American owners, horses, trainers and jockeys. During the recent season- complaints have been frequent that the American horses were too heavily handicapped, that the jockeys were harshly treated, and thab interferences during the ifeces were whitewashed which would not have been tolerated.on the part of American jockeys. It will cause n...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 4 October 1901

sf^'j UTrLE FALLS HERALD ESTABLISHED. 1889. HHRALD PRINTING COMPANY OHAS. E. VA8ALY. THE HERALD EDITOR. P. J. VASALY.'ASST. EDITOR. 1B published Every Friday Morning at 122 Broadway, "VaseJy Block. Entered as second-class mail matter. Subscribers ordering address oi their pa­ pers changed rnuBt always gi\ their former well as their present address. All papers are continued unless an explicit Order is received for discontinuance and uu llall arrearages nrepaid. The date to which a subscription is paid is printed after the address. Subscribers wishing magazines or other periodicals can havesamein connection with Thic Himi.n at reduced rates. $1.50 PER YEAR. 1801 OCTOBER 1901 Su. MG. Ta. WB. T!v Fri. Sat. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 FRIDAY. OCT. 4. John Lind should change his name. It's the only way to prevent fits in several re­ publican editorial rooms. So far the naval inquiry has shown nothing to injure Schley in the estimatio...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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